At the Salon de Mobile in Milan last week, Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta has unveiled their latest Home Collection. Notable among the collection is the inclusion of innovative color, texture and material that combines functional design with skilled workmanship. In addition to furniture and case goods they also unveiled a silver and flatware collection. The Bottega Veneta Home collection as described by Bottega’s Creative Director Tomas Maier is “simple and tasteful.”
“The evolution of our Home collection has been purposefully gradual and deliberate, as we have never been interested in doing anything flashy or of-the-moment,” says Creative Director Tomas Maier, “Some of these new pieces are more rustic, others more refined, but each one is versatile, functional and beautifully crafted to last a lifetime.”
The understated collection boasts new furniture pieces that include a round coffee table and a low book case made of ash colored oak. New additions to the lighting section include, a table lamp made of Murano glass with coaxial leather-covered wire and Bottega’s first rechargeable light. Others notable items in the collection includes rugs made in collaborations with master wood maker Poltrana Frau, sofas and desks.
New materials introduced in the collection includes black marble from Tunisia and grey/beige marble from Turkey, and oak in four different finishes. Bottega’s signature “Intrecciato” design and butterfly
The Bottega Veneta Home Collection is now available to order online and will be available in store in September.
Source: Bottega Veneta